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(195672) 2002 OY17 - 28.9.2019 at 22.16 - 28.9.2019 at 22.36 Orimattila, Artjärvi, Tähtikallio Observation number 87227

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(195672) 2002 OY17 (2002 OY17) The asteroid on the outer edge of the main zone was photographed on the second night of the Stormbongers event and extra work. When we photographed the 29P / Schwassmann-Wachmann comet, this came into the picture. The asteroid was discovered by the LINEAR Socorro exploration program on July 18, 2002. The total estimate is 5.6km. When we photographed, the distance to the asteroid was 1,952au. , the closest asteroid was 1,940au on 08/10/2019. 1Picture. first stack of 1-2 images measured, 2019-09-28 19: 17: 38UT 2458755.30391JDUT 00h46m05.91s + 15d43'54.0 "18.7mag Std Dev 116.426, JPL Horizon 19: 17: 38UT 00h46m06.00s + 15d43'54.6" 19.22 mag.
2Picture last 9-10 images stack measured, 19: 34: 18UT 2458755.31548JDUT 00h46m05.48s + 15d43'51.1 "19.6mag Std Dev 126.726, JPL Horizon 19: 34: 18UT 00h46m05.49s + 15d43'50.7" 19.22mag.
3Picture Summary image of the stack, motion is displayed. Pictured asteroid (124004) 2001 FG81 18.74mag. , the movement is displayed. Asteroid (84491) 2002 TR280 18.76mag. , the movement is displayed. Asteroid (200388) 2000 QD224 19.45mag., Motion is poorly visible. No other asteroids below 20.0mag are shown. TYC 1188-1632-1 v.10.92mag stars used to calibrate the brightness measurement.


Additional information
  • Observation target
    • Asteroid
  • Name of the observation target
    • (195672) 2002 OY17
    • Erittäin heikosti näkyvä
  • Seeing
    • Good
Technical information

Alluna RC16, C415 / 3320, SBIG 1001E, filter L, 10 x 120s

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